Monday, June 16, 2008

Can a captain of industry truly rock out?

Or is that just completely lame, like a tongue ring emblazoned with an insurance company's logo? (put out there at the college career fair to attract "kids these days")

NPR took on that debate today, profiling a corporate executive who hired the former members of Boston (yes, Freedom Rock Boston, turn it up, man) to join his jam band.

Meanwhile Amy Winehouse passed out somewhere, perhaps giving a shout-out and crack-pipe toast to her incarcerated hubby before hitting the pavement.

One's got the best equipment and studio technicians money can buy. The other's got a ratty beehive full of rock-star 'tude.

Which ingredient is the essential one for great music? (if you had to choose just one)

This photo is of "Peep Floyd" from 2008 Artomatic, artist name unfortunately not scribbled down during my tour.


At 11:16 AM, Anonymous KCinDC said...

You mentioned Amy Winehouse and the Artomatic Peeps in the same post but not Amy Winepeep (number 6)? Did you miss it when you were at the exhibit?

At 7:18 PM, Blogger globalchameleon said...

I did see Amy Winepeep but unfortunately she defied photographic capture - thanks for the link

At 7:19 PM, Blogger globalchameleon said...

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